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2008-02-19 A/V, memory glitz and glam at IIC-China
This year's IIC-China will gather over 240 international IC tycoons and local manufacturers to showcase their latest and offerings to satisfy the increasing demand for high-quality and high-definition consumer electronics.
2007-08-30 A/V receiver nails cost, performance tradeoff
The Pioneer VSX-1016TXV achieves high-level functionality, performance and aesthetics with low costthe classic engineering tradeoff realized.
2005-09-14 A/D converter IP block tailored for battery-powered systems
A new 10-bit successive approximation register (SAR) A/D converter IP block has been designed for portable, battery-powered systems
2011-10-21 A review of 10GBase-T technology
Here's a discussion on the basic operations of a 10GBase-T transceiver and the inherent advantages of 10GBase-T technology as compared to alternatives, such as optical fiber and coaxial copper.
2015-12-30 A primer on debugging video apps and beyond
Starting with the review of the application and culminating with the submission of parts through official failure analysis channels, this guide attempts to provide as comprehensive a framework as possible.
2005-03-16 A link forged in copper
Two design teams that helped define high-bit-rate DSL standards a decade ago are facing off in yet another realm where copper carries data.
2003-03-27 90nm design flow is seen as a community effort
Yields for ICs with geometries below 100nm may not exceed 50 or 60 percent, according to Pallab Chatterjee, president of tool integrator SiliconMap and organizer of a panel at the International Symposium on Quality in Electronic Design (iSQED).
2008-02-26 8bit PCI digitizer adds DAQ options
Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced two new options for its compact, low-power (less than 15W), high-speed Acqiris 8bit PCI digitizer.
2008-04-01 8bit MCUs take tiny steps to rule the market
Even as feature creep moves some applications to 16bit and beyond, continual increases in the processing capabilities and integration levels of 8bit devices are opening new applications to replace the old. The result is an expanding array of increasingly powerful 8bit MCUs for cost-conscious designs.
2009-11-24 8bit MCU enables smart BLDC motor control apps
BLDC motors are growing in consumer, industrial and automotive apps because of their efficiency and reliability.
2010-11-30 8-bit microcontrollers offer built-in segment-display LCD controller
Fujitsu integrates segment-display LCD controller into microcontroller for home appliances
2010-11-12 65nm flash platform pushes out antifuse
Microsemi Corp. has unveiled a 65nm embedded flash platform that features an expandable, four-input look-up table architecture.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2008-05-01 5GHz PCIe 2.0 core aims to speed up Express road map
Synopsys has rolled out a 5GHz silicon core for PCIe 2.0 at a time when experts say the industry is moving at a relatively slow pace down the Express road map.
2004-12-27 3G falls victim to time warp in China
It may have taken a long time but 2005 may be the year 3G licenses in China are to be issued.
2011-06-20 3D merges chip production routes
As advanced processes accompany the shrinking of devices per Moore's law, another section of the industry is running on more relaxed design rules with older fabs. Monolithic 3D could bridge this gap.
2010-07-16 3D chip standard talks start at Semicon West
Participants of a Semicon West 2010 workshop took the first crack at outlining standards for 3D silicon chips to address design, yield and cost problems.
2008-06-19 32bit MCUs enable improved performance in automotive apps
STMicroelectronics has released four MCUs in four new Power Architecture families enabling integrators to use the 32bit MCU core throughout powertrain, car body, chassis and safety, and instrumentation systems.
2014-02-10 300mm wafer processing dominates, 200mm capacity stays relevant
IC Insights indicated that nearly all fab upgrade and construction activity has to do with 300mm wafer processing, but there is still plenty of life remaining in 200mm fabs.
2008-07-08 24bit DAQ card debuts for load cell measurements
Adlink Technology Inc. announced the PCI-9524, its first 24bit high resolution PCI DAQ card for load cell measurements, designed specifically as a single-board solution for material testing system apps.
2011-08-03 24-, 16bit AFEs speed up sensor interface design
The multi-channel AFEs from National Semi offer system designers several options that span channel configurations, current sources and resolution for specific applications.
2009-12-28 2009: Rollercoaster ride for foundries
Foundry providers took a beating along with everyone else during this tumultuous year. But the damage done by the economy was multiplied by the foundries' own foul-ups.
2008-02-28 1GHz scopes claim 'fastest' memory waveform update
Agilent's new scopes, comprising its next-generation InfiniiVision 7000 series, promise bandwidths up to 1GHz and an unparalleled deep memory waveform update rate of up to 100,000 waveforms per second.
2015-06-18 14 award-winning sensor technologies
The 2015 Sensors Expo has announced the winners of the annual "Best of Sensors Expo awards." A total of 14 awards were given in two categories: Application and Innovation.
2005-01-12 'Uhapi?' asks new Philips Semiconductors CEO
Frans van Houten, who assumed the top post at Philips Semiconductors in November, used last week's Consumer Electronics Show to urge consumer electronics manufacturers to "adopt the Universal Home API," a Philips initiative launched last year with Samsung Electronics.
2006-11-16 'DFM too complex,' experts say
Speakers told the Bacus Photomask Technology Symposium that DFM technology is too complex and suggested the use of standardized layout elements, library cells or an "integrated" DFM methodology.
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